TOKYO — Japan's top three automakers report double-digit production jumps in June. The rebounding output is a sign of continued strength in the U.S. markets, as well as a recovery on the home front. Toyota Motor Corp., Honda Motor Co. Ltd. and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. all reported production increases of 14% to 15%. Overall production rose 4.8% in the first six months to 5.2 million vehicles. The rise marks a significant increase over the first six months of 1999, when production fell 3.3% ...
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